Morocco’s RAM will open its fourth direct flight to the US two months after launching a direct flight to Miami.
Rabat – Royal Air Maroc (RAM) has decided to add a new direct flight between Casablanca and Boston as part of its expansion plan.
According to a statement from the Moroccan flag carrier, the flight will be offered three times a week on a Boeing 787 Dreamliner.
The new air service will be available starting June 22.
The Dreamliners will fly between Casablanca and Boston Mondays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.
Last year, the company announced its intention to launch a direct flight between Casablanca and Miami in April.
The two new flights will double RAM’s direct flights to the US.
“Boston will be the fourth city served by Royal Air Maroc in the United States, after New York, Washington and Miami.”
According to the company, the new flight will bring the number of cross-Atlantic direct flights to seven.
RAM also has flights to Montreal, Sao Paolo, and Rio de Janeiro.
RAM is also set to join oneworld alliance. “Invited to join the prestigious international airline alliance Oneworld, Royal Air Maroc is consolidating its strategy to further strengthen the position of the Kingdom and the national airline as a leader on the continent,” concluded the statement.
RAM said in a statement on October 17, 2018, that the Miami-Casablanca flight will also operate three days a week: Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays.
Created in 1957, RAM flies to more than 90 destinations with 55 airplanes.